Employment Law Appeals
The litigation process does not necessarily end when there is a jury verdict or when a case is dismissed as a result of a motion. Rather, one or more of the parties could file an appeal.
Rabner Baumgart Ben-Asher & Nirenberg, P.C. has the expertise to help employees with their employment law appeals. We capitalize on the experience of our accomplished appellate attorneys who skillfully resolve intricate appeal issues on behalf of our clients in New Jersey and New York. Our attorneys have represented employees in numerous significant appellate decisions in both state and federal court.Maximizing Your Chances to Win Your Appeal
Whether you won your employment law case and need a lawyer to protect your judgment on appeal, or need a lawyer to help reverse a ruling against you, we can help. Similarly, if you are a lawyer who does not have a lot of experience handling appellate matters in employment law cases, we can work with you to maximize your client’s chances of winning his or her appeal. We have extensive experience with the entire appellate process, including filing the Notice of Appeal, drafting the appellate briefs, preparing the Appendix and orally arguing your case before the appellate court. We have been involved in appeals to the United States Supreme Court, the New Jersey Supreme Court, the New Jersey Appellate Division, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.Writing Persuasive Appellate Briefs
Our firm excels at appealing adverse trial court rulings and successfully defending lower court victories on appeal to state and federal appellate courts. Our success in the appellate arena is driven by persuasive brief-writing, a solid grasp of the complexities of employment law and a comprehensive understanding of and experience appellate court procedures, rules and practices.
Writing a winning employment law appellate brief is an art, not a science. Our attorneys are not just experts in employment law. We understand how to make persuasive appellate arguments. This can be critical, since most employers have the financial resources to hire lawyers who are excellent at telling their client’s side of the story, and who sometimes can make half-truths or even outright lies sound like facts. You need a lawyer who can make the most accurate, persuasive and compelling arguments in support of your position.
We believe in keeping arguments as clear and simple as possible. We believe in persuasive writing, backed by the relevant facts and law. We believe in only making arguments that have a reasonably good chance of winning and avoiding arguments that will damage your credibility with the court. We believe in paying careful attention to detail, including careful proofreading, editing and revising. We believe in maximizing your chances of winning your appeal.
If you need an experienced appellate lawyer to handle the appeal of your employment law case in New Jersey or New York, you can contact us online or call us at (973) 744-4000. Our appellate aw experience is comprehensive, including everything from motions for interlocutory appeals, post-trial motions and appeal briefs to oral arguments.Examples of Our Employment Law Appeals
- Brennan v. Norton, 350 F.3d 399
- Carlson v. City of Hackensack, 410 N.J. Super. 491
- Clark v. Degnan, 83 N.J. 393
- Clymer v. Summit Bancorp, 171 N.J. 57
- Cole v. Jersey City Medical Center, 425 N.J. Super. 48
- Community Action Programs Executive Directors Association. v. Ash, 365 F. Supp. 1355
- Guslavage v. City of Elizabeth, 2009 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 3141
- Kant v. Seton Hall Univ., 422 Fed. Appx. 186
- Liberty Synergistics Inc. v. Microflo Ltd., 718 F.3d 138
- Myers v. AT&T, 380 N.J. Super. 443
- NAACP v. N. Hudson Reg'l Fire & Rescue, 367 Fed. Appx. 297
- Nicosia v. Wakefern Food Corp., 136 N.J. 401
- Padilla v. Berkeley Educational Services of New Jersey, Inc., 383 N.J. Super. 177
- Rendine v. Pantzer, 141 N.J. 292
- Shapiro v. Essex County Bd. of Chosen Freeholders, 91 N.J. 430
- Stengart v. Loving Care Agency, Inc., 201 N.J. 300
- Vilches v. Travelers Companies, 413 Fed. Appx. 487
- Watson v. City of E. Orange, 175 N.J. 442
- Whippany Paper Board Co. v. Alfano, 176 N.J. Super. 363
- Winters v. North Hudson Regional Fire & Rescue, 212 N.J. 67
- Zive v. Stanley Roberts, Inc., 182 N.J. 436